6 new paleo products combine caveman and convenienceFeb 17, 2014
While still the smallest of the specialty diet categories, paleo eating is gaining traction with sales forecasted to reach $300 million by 2018, according to Nutrition Business Journal. This nutrition plan proposes that because humans evolved as hunter-gatherers who ate primarily nuts, seeds, fruit, vegetables and meat, our bodies are not prepared to digest many of the foods found in the modern diet. The solution? You guessed it: Dining only on foods our early ancestors would have ...
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